Students participated in a deliberative poll to examine attitudes on capital punishment.
Researchers used a quantitative measuring tool named the Discourse Quality Instrument (DQI) to compare citizen communications on proposed smoking ordinances.
Students and a librarian tested a classification schema for democracy research proposed by faculty against publications from 1980 to 2005.
An ICDD research team developed a public discussion guide on mental health care framed by three approaches: 1)consumers come first, 2)public responsibility, and 3)treatment over criminalization.
ICDD engaged Kansans in eight health-care forums held between October 2008 and January 2009 in Abliene, El Dorado, and Manhattan.
Public stakeholders attended eight meetings held throughout the Missouri River Basin in which information was gathered regarding social, cultural, and economic values.
ICDD facilitators worked with the Riley County Planning Office to engage community members in developing a comprehensive land-use plan.